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Social media

Our social media accounts

We really like hearing from you and our social media pages offer an opportunity for us to inform you of anything that is going on, and help you with any queries.

Our Facebook pages


Teignbridge Leisure

Our Twitter accounts

Teignbridge - this account is only used for emergency messaging

Teignbridge Leisure

Our YouTube channel 


Our LinkedIn account


Our Instagram page


Our Nextdoor account



House rules

We want our residents to engage with us and we encourage you to use our social media pages to leave comments, photos, videos or links. We have a few basic house rules we ask you to follow, to make sure our channels are kept free from abusive behaviour, disinformation and spam. 

Our social media channels are monitored by members of staff between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays). If you contact us outside these times, please do not expect an instant response, we will try and respond once we are back in the office.

Choosing the right way to contact us will help you get the information you need quicker. If you have a question, our website has lots of information about our services, so you might be able to find the answer there. Alternatively, you can use the contact us form to ask a department a specific question.

When engaging with us on social media you may agree or disagree with our decisions, plans, work and want to tell us this.  We ask you to be respectful with your comments to us and to other residents who might also be responding and keep any comments relevant to the topic.  

Please do not use hateful, abusive, threatening, or disrespectful language and emojis.

We will review all comments and have the rights to remove without prior warning any which are irrelevant, off-topic, inappropriate or offensive.

Comments will also be removed if they:

  • bully, harass or intimidate any individual or organisation
  • are unlawful, libellous, defamatory, abusive, threatening, harmful, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, or racially offensive, provide information that deliberately leads to false interpretation
  • use offensive swear words and language and/or names
  • use offensive images as profile pictures, for example, sexually explicit images
  • infringe or violate someone else's rights
  • discuss ongoing legal proceedings
  • are spam or promote sites that gives false information
  • advertise products or commercial services (community services are allowed)
  • Deliberately seek to mislead or disinform the public

This list is not exhaustive and will be updated as necessary.

The council must be politically neutral in its communications, so please do not use any of our accounts to promote party political messages or other content. If you want to discuss political issues, please contact your local councillor.

We will ban and report anyone without notification who continues to break our House Rules.

When this content has been updated

Last updated 22 May 2024